"History of Higher Education in America"
by Yusuf Masud
'The Role of Native American Women: Pre and Post Colonialism"
by Safiyah Lazkani
"Consumerism and War Propaganda in the Years Before WWI"
by Scott Doolin
"The Native American Struggle"
by Quratulain Shoukat, Class of '17
"On Faith and Abolition: Exploring the Religious Motivations of Female Abolitionists"
by Khadija Abdullah
"The Development of AAVE (African American Vernacular English) in American History"
by Iman Hamze
"On the Intersections of the US Constitution, the Power Elite, and Think Tanks"
by Kari Rott
"The Worldview and Culture of the Southern Planter Elite of Times Antebellum"
by Shahrane Karim
We hope you enjoy this piece- a showcasing of what the Class of 2018 (and two esteemed members of other cohorts) was particularly passionate- to the point of prolific- about this 2016 in American History.
Let us know below if you would like to hear more on length about one particular piece- of course by the discretion of each writer.
Photo Courtesy of Scott Doolin, Quratulain Shoukat, Khadija Abdullah, Kari Rott, Iman Hamze (Credit: Featured Cover Photo), Safiyah Lazkani, and Shahrane Karim.